March-April 2019| Vol 30| Issue 2
Bladder cancer in Taiwan
Bladder cancer has been an endemic disease in Southern Taiwan and the eight highest cancer in Taiwanese male. In this issue, Chen PC et al. reviewed the “Autophagy modulation by dysregulated m...
Autophagy modulation by dysregulated micrornas in human bladder cancer
The catabolic process of autophagy is an essential cellular function that directs the breakdown and recycling of cellular macromolecules. Increased autophagy causes various cancers, mainly bladder c...
Bladder calculi in Taiwan
In Taiwan, the reported admission rate for bladder calculi was 7.5% of all patients with urolithiasis. The admission rate for bladder calculi was 12.9/100,000 in 2010, with elderly males constit...
Suppression of quercetin-induced autophagy enhances cytotoxicity through elevating apoptotic cell death in human bladder cancer cells
Objective: Quercetin, a natural dietary compound, has been demonstrated with antitumor activities against several types of cancers by disrupting cell cycle and inducing apoptotic cell death. ...
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Efficacy of bladder instillations with mitomycin or bacillus Calmette–Guérin in patients with T1 high-grade bladder cancer: Experience from a single center
Objectives: To evaluate the efficacy of instillations with mitomycin C (MMC) or bacillus Calmette–Guérin (BCG) in patients with T1 high-grade bladder cancer (BC). Patients and M...
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